Tuesday’s minor moves:
- The Jets have signed long snapper Josh Latham, reports ESPN.com’s Rich Cimini. The Sacramento State product also played defensive end and fullback during his college career, and his versatility likely explains why so many teams (including the Seahawks, Packers, Lions, and Buccaneers) were interested in him last offseason. Starting long snapper Tanner Purdum is set to be a free agent this offseason, and the team already brought in some competition for the spot when they signed Zach Triner earlier this offseason.
- The Buccaneers have signed long-snapper Dax Dellenbach to a reserve/futures contract, reports Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times. The former FSU starter participated in the team’s rookie minicamp, working alongside fellow Seminole special teamer Roberto Aguayo. Auman notes that starting long snapper Andrew DePaola tore his ACL during the Buccaneers’ season finale, which could lead to Dellenbach earning a roster spot.